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Driving Profitability and Managing Costs: Telecommunications Performance Excellence and Profitability

Source: SAP
Telecommunications providers need detailed information regarding expenses and profit margins across many dimensions. But many companies lack sufficient data visibility and access to fully understand the root drivers of cost and profitability associated with rate plans, networks, products, and customers. Find out how to get an accurate understanding of these drivers, in order to cut expenses, and drive profits.


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